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File #: 17-0150    Version: 0 Name: Zoning - Prohibiting Crude Oil Terminals
Type: Ordinance Status: Enacted
File created: 10/16/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: Final action: 3/27/2018
Enactment #: 18-110
Title: Zoning - Prohibiting Crude Oil Terminals For the purpose of prohibiting new or expanded crude oil terminals throughout Baltimore City; defining a certain term; and generally relating to crude oil terminals.
Sponsors: Mary Pat Clarke, Edward Reisinger, Zeke Cohen, Bill Henry, John T. Bullock, Leon F. Pinkett, III, Ryan Dorsey, Sharon Green Middleton, Kristerfer Burnett, Shannon Sneed, Robert Stokes, Sr.
Indexes: Crude Oil, Zoning
Attachments: 1. 17-0150~1st Reader, 2. Law 17-0150, 3. Fire 17-0150, 4. DOT 17-0150, 5. BMZA 17-0150, 6. 2nd Reader Amendment 17-0150, 7. 17-0150~3rd Reader, 8. Complete File 17-0150
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
4/23/20180 Mayor Signed by Mayor  Action details Meeting details Not available
3/12/20180 City Council Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Meeting details Not available
2/26/20180 City Council 3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Meeting details Not available
2/26/20180 Land Use and Transportation Committee Recommended Favorably with Amendment  Action details Meeting details Not available
2/21/20180 Land Use and Transportation Committee Recommended Favorably with AmendmentPass Action details Meeting details Not available
2/5/20180 Land Use and Transportation Committee Advertising  Action details Meeting details Not available
1/8/20180 Land Use and Transportation Committee Scheduled for a Public Hearing  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/19/20170 City Council President Refer to Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/19/20170 City Council President Refer to Planning Commission  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/19/20170 City Council President Refer to Dept. of Transportation  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/19/20170 City Council President Refer to City Solicitor  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/19/20170 City Council President Refer to Fire Department  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/16/20170 City Council Assigned  Action details Meeting details Not available
10/16/20170 City Council Introduced  Action details Meeting details Not available
Explanation: Capitals indicate matter added to existing law.
[Brackets] indicate matter deleted from existing law.

* Warning: This is an unofficial, introductory copy of the bill.
The official copy considered by the City Council is the first reader copy.
Introductory*

City of Baltimore
Council Bill

Introduced by: Councilmembers Clarke and Reisinger


A Bill Entitled

An Ordinance concerning
title
Zoning - Prohibiting Crude Oil Terminals
For the purpose of prohibiting new or expanded crude oil terminals throughout Baltimore City; defining a certain term; and generally relating to crude oil terminals.
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By repealing and reordaining, with amendments
Article 32 - Zoning
Section(s) 1-218
Baltimore City Code
(Edition 2000)

By adding
Article 32 - Zoning
Section(s) 1- 304(v-1)
Baltimore City Code
(Edition 2000)


Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, That the Laws of Baltimore City read as follows:

Baltimore City Code

Article 32. Zoning

Title 1. General Provisions

Subtitle 2. Rules of Interpretation

ยง 1-218. Uses prohibited citywide.

(a) Application of section.

This section and its listing of certain prohibited uses:


(1) is not exhaustive; and

(2) may not be construed to imply that any use not listed here is a permitted or conditional use.

(b) Listing.

The following uses are prohibited in all zoning districts of the City:

(1) crude oil terminals;

(2) [(1)] incinerators;

(3) [(2)] junk or scrap storage and yards;

(4) [(3)] nuclear power plants;

(4) [(3)] solid waste sanitary landfills;

(5) [(4)] storage on barges and belt conveyor systems used for the transfer of materials, but...

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